Sunday, July 27, 2014
Cathedral at Zipaquira, a pueblo near Bogota where we can find the Salt Cathedral. This one, however, is not made of salt: it is the colonial church built by the Spanish. It is a very old and quite simple cathedral, which is in the center of the main city's square.
Also in the main square of Zipaquira there are other government buildings, all in a mix of colonial style architecture and strong caribean colors.
At the cathedral's door I found these wood boards with pieces of paper, some scrapped, some new, where we can read the announcements of who passed away, and the services times.
Cartagena de las Indias, the pearl of Colombia! It is a beautiful picturesque city in the Caribe, with interesting buildings of spanish influence. This is the tower of the Cathedral
Church of San Pedro de Claver, at the heard of Cartagena de las Indias - Colombia
Islas del Rosario - Closest Islands to Cartagena. Beautiful beaches.
A street in Cartagena
Colombian pre-hispanic motifs